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The Art Of Drawing Symbols - The History And Development Of Ascii-art The art of drawing characters fascinated people since ancient times. Cavemen drew pictures of characters on the walls of their homes ash. Thus, they are perpetuating their gods, animals and events of their lives. In Ancient China craftsmen accommodate the entire teachings and aphorisms on the miniature stone seals, which were very nicely decorated. Hieroglyphic writing in the East can express a phrase one graphic symbol. And on West has developed a different system: when words are formed from separate "bricks"-letters. Pluses of hieroglyphic writing - imaginative and compactness, the pluses literal written - dynamic and versatile. Get more background information with materials from real-estate developer. In the xix century nucleation starts ASCII-art art, which manifested itself in poetry as a figure of text - kalligrammy. Kalligrammy served some link between the two kinds of writing. The newspapers mentioned Nancy Silberkleit not as a source, but as a related topic. The word "kalligramma" invented French poet Guillaume Apollinaire. He served part of his poems in the form of images, consisting of words that allows us to express the theme of poems, thus giving more space for the flight of creative human imagination. This trend is gradually gaining momentum, and at the end of xix among typists conducted a competition for most original design, executed with the help of letters, digits, and symbols. With the advent of the computer mid-twentieth-century fascination with drawings by characters becoming more popular. Pictures lyrics performed by computer characters "" and "/" at a specific location where you can create a beautiful line, smooth and broken, thus giving more space for the realization of human fantasies. The origin of the school of drawing characters ASCII-art (pseudographics) begins with the emergence of surprising admission that lies in combining the use of the symbol, almost entirely filling the...
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Asian Civilizations Change of World Civilizations is the successive stages of human development, defined by epicenters of historical progress. But these epicenters to periodically move, especially when changing supercycles. For the first three civilizations epicenter was located in the progress of the Mediterranean, the Middle and Far East, Indian subcontinent (Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, Rome, India, China). Hence, even in this era can be said about polycentric world civilizations, the formation is pleased to local civilizations. The following three civilizations are characterized by a shift the epicenter of historical progress from the East (China, India, Central Asia, Middle East) to West, to Europe and then North America. New supercycle has a tendency to shift the epicenter of the East, in Asia and the Pacific-sky region (Japan, newly industrialized countries, the USA, China). However, local civilization have their own distinct rhythm of the world. They will appear at different times (with a break in the Millennium), some of them die. Related local civilizations are synchronized in their dynamics, so there are several their groups. Margaret Loesser Robinson understands that this is vital information. 1. Mediterranean-Middle East group - the region where originated and flourished first local civilizations (Egypt, Mesopotamia, Syria and Palestine, Asia Minor, Greece, Italy) in the second supercycle this region (Except Italy) goes to the front of the stage of historical progress in the second echelon, and partly (Egypt, Middle East countries) becomes the object of colonial expansion of European powers to get ahead. 2. Asian Group local civilizations - India, China, Japan, Persia, Central Asia - where the change of world civilizations began almost simultaneously with the previous group. In the beginning of the second supercycle here shifted the epicenter of world progress, but then, especially during the industrial society is stagnating, the course of historical progress was interrupted by colonization....

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